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Up all night on **.
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Even with a C-PAP machine, I awaken (partly) during the night and then "cat-nap" the rest of the night.
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thanks to a bad hip
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Love sleeping. But as I get older I have noticed if I'm stressed its a little ******. But otherwise I can sleep anytime. Catnaps are great.
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Very good sleeper.
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Toss and turn, keep waking up, can never keep blankets on me.
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I have chronic insomnia and sleep apnea. I have tried every brand of sleep meds prescribed to me and none of them helped. A couple of years ago I got my MMJ license and now use pot before I go to bed and it works! I have slept like a baby lately.
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I've had insomnia for as long as I can remember. No matter how sleep deprived and exhausted I am, I still have trouble going to sleep.
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I go to bed at 10 and dont go to sleep until2:30
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unless I get too interested in reading something I am usually asleep withing a few minutes of laying down and sleep soundly. Even in the daytime when i have time for a nap.
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Unless I take a couple of sleeping pills. With arthritis and fibromyalgia, it can be impossible to fall asleep without something. Once in a while I sleep good, but not often enough.
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Sometimes I have a **** time falling asleep and I almost always have trouble staying asleep. I rarely have a good night's sleep and feel so tired in the morning. I think it's due to my anxiety. I do take sleep remedies that help, though.
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I average about three hours of deep sleep and 2.5 hours of light sleep while waking up 2-3 times a night between 9:30 p.m. and 4:30 a.m.
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To be healthier and perhaps live longer, make getting good sleep a priority.
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If only it were that simple.
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I work two **** and am a full time grad student--when I actually find time to sleep it is great!
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There are 2 rules that when I follow, always give me a good nights sleep. If I break either one of the rules then I always have a crap sleep. Because I cherish a good quality sleep I simply refuse to break either one of these two rules.
Rule Number 1: Do not watch anything that is remotely capable of putting you on the edge of your seat after 6pm. No Action movies, dramas or anything too exciting after 6. Comedies and documentaries are fine but a few pages from a good book is ideal.
Rule Number 2: Make sure you've had enough sugar. Most of us have unknowingly developed a (refined) sugar addiction because of all the crap that's in our food. If you're someone who eats healthy and typically avoids refined sugars that's excellent. But because you're addicted your brain function is compromised when it comes to regulating your thoughts and so this affects your ability to switch off when it's bedtime. Enough fruit or any other source of natural sugar is the answer to a good nights sleep if you're a healthy person who tends to avoid refined sugars.
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wake up about 5 times an hour to shift position because of disk problems in back and neck.
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I have slept in a recliner for 4 years. I still don't sleep well but I can't lay flat. Too much pain.
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My cat is a significant factor for good sleeping.

cat significant factor sleeping
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I'm terrible at that.
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I know how much I need and I make sure to get it....
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Permenant insomnia, and if I do sleep, usually re-occurring night mares, but usually get four hours on a good night.
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Either I have insomnia or I sleep 12-15 hours a day. Neither one is fun.
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Good sleeper
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I get about 8 hours of sleep each day. ^_^
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90% Good sleeper.
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... but I don't know of any long-term meditators who aren't. "Why Meditate?" explains.
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Define a good sleeper...as in I sleep well and don't have problems falling asleep? Or am I considerate of my spouse such as not snoring or taking the covers? lol
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in familiar surroundings but it takes a few days to adjust to a different bed or room.
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Kind of in the middle.
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I had that problem for a while. 1.make sure you do enough each day to make yourself tired. 2. no caffeine (in coffee ***** etc) after 4 pm. your sleep meds take 6-8 hours to get out of your system. so youre tired in the day and they wear off late in the afternoon and by 5 pm youre wondering why you were dragging all day and feel awake right before sundown....
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:(
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When sleeping on a comfortable mattress.
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I sleep better taking an afternoon nap than I can at night.
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If my husband isn't in bed with me. He sleeps so heavily and will invade my side until I am hanging off the edge. Or roll over and pin me down.
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Bigger bed?
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Room is too small. And I don't think it would matter. We have stayed in hotels with King beds and he still does this. Doesn't matter which side I sleep on either
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I cant sleep in anything. I wake up getting strangled if I do. wife says Im never still for more than 30 minutes during the night
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I swear, I was born with an inverted circadian rhythm. As soon as the sun goes down, I'm wired for sound.
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It really depends on your requirements of what you consider a good or bad sleeper is. I only sleep for 30 min to an hour at a time then I wake a reposition.
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